A New Year, A New Crop of Teaching Artist


Community-Word Project’s 16th Annual Teaching Artist training and Internship Program (TATIP) kicked off on Friday, October 23, 2015 with an opening reception held at the headquarters of our arts-in-education partner, Wingspan Arts.  Representatives from Community-Word Project (CWP), Wingspan Arts, Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC), FreeArts NYC and Marquis Studios were in attendance, as well as the thirty-three freshly accepted trainees of the TATIP Class of 2015-2016...

The group discussed Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences, focusing on students who learn in various ways. TATIP incorporates teaching to students accessing varying Multiple Intelligences and the group discussed Linguistic, Logical-Mathematical, Spatial, Musical, Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Naturalistic and Existential.

Thinking about both Creative Elements and Multiple Intelligences, the trainees explored and created their own ‘Artist Maps,’ which were unique to each participant, and reflected how they came to be where they are today.

Community-Word Project

Katie Rainey - Staff


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